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22 Up and Coming Consumer Trends to Watch in 2022

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22 Up and Coming Consumer Trends to Watch in 2022

From customer service to social responsibility, these opportunities can maximize growth and help business keep pace with upcoming consumer trends

March 7, 2022
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As the pandemic winds down at the start of 2022, affordability concerns, demographic variability,  and new migration patterns are just a few of the many driving forces of recent consumer trends taking over the housing industry. John Burns Real Estate Consulting offers 22 best practices for corporate social responsibility to help businesses win over consumers in 2022.

  1. Show how you engage in corporate social responsibility. Brands known to be environmentally, ethically, philanthropically, and economically responsible will improve their conversion rates this year.
  2. Emphasize your support for local businesses. Master-planned communities have an advantage because they can provide residents with what they need in minutes. 
  3. Integrate active amenities. Build tenant and homeowner loyalty through social activities catered specifically to your community’s demographics. 

For the full list of consumer and technology opportunities, watch the full video and read more here.


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